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Macbeth

Macbeth

  

by William Shakespeare

Macbeth: Symbols True or False

1. About what kind of robes does Macbeth complain? -> Old
2. What is a metaphor for the title Thane of Cawdor? -> Rulers
3. The witches throw the finger of whom into the cauldron? -> Babe
4. At the end, what part of Macbeth is bleeding? -> Stomach
5. Whom does the drunken porter think is at the gate? -> An equivocator

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